Key Lime Pie

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Calculated from 4 Ratings
Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
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Black Tea, Candied Pinapple, Flavouring, Lemon Peel, Marigold Petals
Creamy, Lime, Pastries, Tangy
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Typical Preparation
Use 13 oz / 384 ml of water
Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
Steep for 3 min, 45 sec
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5 Tasting Notes View all

“Finally tried this again, after it sitting in my cupboard for a few months. There’s definitely a strong key lime smell and flavor, with less pineapple than before. It does taste creamy, instead of...” Read full tasting note
“Hidden Gems Tea Box: I expected more tartness out of this one. I do taste the lime which is great. I also get a bit of the pie flavor. I think I just want this to have more of a punch like when I...” Read full tasting note
“I love it when the pie aspect of teas actually appears in the tea and not just the name. Both the dry leaf and the liquor smell amazing – tangy lime, creamy and pastry. The flavours translate very...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks to MissB for sending a few cups of this my way. It’s a nice black that really does taste like Key Lime Pie, or, what I think Key Lime Pie tastes like – lemon meringue but with lime? It’s...” Read full tasting note


If you’ve ever been to Key West, Florida, then you know that it’s the home of Key Lime Pie. The origin of the key lime pie is said to date back to the Florida sponge fishermen. The sponge fishermen spent many days and nights at sea and were unable to refrigerate their food. Common ingredients on their boats were condensed milk, limes and eggs. Living on a boat, it is no surprise that the fishermen did not have access to ovens. Accordingly, the original key lime pie recipe does not call for the pie to be baked! Try adding milk and a touch of sugar or sweetener to this brew for an even richer experience!

Ceylon, South India and China black teas, candied pineapple bits (pineapple, sugar), lemon peels, flavor, yoghurt bits, marigold petals.

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